Program

(Please click the photos to download presentation slides.)

Panel 1: 10:00am-12:00 noon

10:00-10:15

Kuniko Yamada McVey, Harvard-Yenching Library.

"Introductory Remarks: The Digitization of Harvard-Yenching Library’s Manchukuo Postcards Collection"

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10:15-10:45

Professor Toshihiko Kishi, Kyoto University.

"The Asahi Newspaper Stock-Photo Vault and its Relation to the Use of the Linked Archive of Asian Post Cards"

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10:45-11:15

Professor Paul Barclay, Lafayette College.

"Needs and Opportunities for Historical Research in Prewar Japanese Postcards: The Case for Institutional Cooperation and Digital Archiving"

11:15-12:00 

Q & A

Lunch break: 12:00-1:00pm

Panel 2: 1:00pm-4:00pm

1:00-1:10

Katherine Matsuura, Harvard University. .

"Introductory Remarks: Digital Scholarship in Japanese Studies at Harvard University"

1:10-1:40

Professor Akihiro Kameda, Kyoto University.

"Introduction to IIIF, Outline of Cultural Materials, and Progress on the Linked Archive Project"

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1:40-2:10

Dr. Chifumi Nishioka, Kyoto University Library.

"An Example of IIIF Implementation: Possibilities for the Linked Archive of Asian Post Cards"

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2:10-2:40

Susan Paige Taylor, Harvard University. 

"'Wish you were there?' Teaching the Japanese Empire through Postcards"

Coffee Break: 2:40-3:00pm

3:00-3:15

Feng-en Tu, Harvard University.

"Manchukuo and the East Asian Maps Project at the Harvard-Yenching Library"

3:15-4:00 

Q & A

Chifumi_Nishioka.pdf2.31 MB
Toshihiko_Kishi.pdf4.09 MB
Akihiro_Kameda.pptx6.41 MB
Kuniko_McVey.pptx28.83 MB